Major Sir Gerald Burrard

Forensic Ballistics Identification

POSITION OF ^ EJECTOR

The Breech Face of a 6.35 mm. Self-Loading Pistol and the Base of \ Cartridge which was fired from this pistol

The marks on the breech face have been imprinted on the base of the cartridge, and in order to simplify the identification of the different marks and their corresponding imprints they have all been numbered. The following marks arc indicated on the breech face: i, a deep indentation possibly caused by an accidental blow with the end of a cleaning rod: 2, irregular roughening; 3, a large tool mark in the shape 01 a segment of a circle; 4, large parallel tool cuts; 5, deep indentation possibly caused by an accidental blow with the end of a cleaning rod; 6, small indentation; 7. circular tool mark; 8, fine parallel tool marks. All these marks, together with that made by the ejector, have been imprinted on the baie of the cartridge as indicated by the corresponding numbers

First published by Herbert Jenkitts Ltd. 3 Duke of York Street> London, S.W.i 1934

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